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==Whats in there?==
==Whats in there?==
Nothing, right now. [[Benutzer:anlumo|anlumo]] will refill it as soon as possible.
You can find the actual content list under https://hacker.parts/. For questions ask [[Benutzer:anlumo|anlumo]].
==Planned Content==
==Planned Content==

Version vom 12. Mai 2017, 14:43 Uhr

Hacker Surprise
Gestartet: 18.10.2013
Involvierte: Anlumo, Overflo, uvm.
Status: in rework
Beschreibung: Alten Zigarettenautomaten im Hauptraum in Warenautomaten umbauen
Zuletzt aktualisiert: 12.05.2017


A refurbished Cigarette vending machine located at metalabs Main room now used to sell various kits and things of interest.

More info (german)

Whats in there?

You can find the actual content list under https://hacker.parts/. For questions ask anlumo.

Planned Content

  • SPI Ethernet + SD-Slot
  • Orange Pi Lite + power cable
  • M-M-Dupont
  • M-F-Dupont
  • F-F-Dupont
  • Arduino Leonardo (China clone)
  • Arduino Nano (China clone)
  • WS2812-Modul with 8 LEDs (double pack?)
  • RGBWW controller with ESP8266
  • USB AVR programmer
  • STlink v2
  • Half-sized breadboards
  • Logic level converter 3.3V/5V
  • Double sided prototype board (double pack?)
  • nodemcu + micro USB cable
  • FTDI board + mini USB cabel
  • Step up converter
  • Step down converter
  • Dual relay module
  • STM32F103C8T6 ARM STM32 minimum system development board module


Any ideas for food-like content to be added?

Proposals (feel free to add more stuff here):

Considered Content

Items on this list might be added when there's some demand.

  • Onion Omega2 + Expansion Dock (Might not be worth it, considering that it's more expensive than the Orange Pi Lite)
  • CHIP+HDMI adapter (same as above)
  • HLK-RM04 (outdated hardware)
  • LPC-Link2 OM13054 (very specific hardware and pretty expensive)
  • iCE40 development board compatible with IceStorm (same as above, also needs programmer)
  • Beaglebone Green (pretty expensive, but maybe worth it)
  • NanoPi Neo / NanoPi Both small and inexpensive, but I don't know about demand
      Maybe you want to remain below € 20,- revenue per single item? --Pk (Diskussion) 15:38, 28. Aug. 2016 (CEST)